I would rather face third and 5 than have third and 1 with our offense.
In the last few games it seems like every time we have 2nd or 3rd and 1, we have gotten stuffed running between the tackles. In a recent game we had 2nd and 1 and we were stuffed twice in a row. I realize that earlier this season, we have made first downs and touchdowns with Woody and a yard to go, but recently our backs have not had a chance. I would rather have 3rd and 5, because we would probably attempt a pass and the opponents pass rush would flush our QB who could then run for a first down. That worked several times against Texas.
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Re: I would rather face third and 5 than have third and 1 with our offense.
Originally Posted by dualthreat
yet people still want more jeff woody
can't win i tell ya!
I'll admit, I'm one of these guys, but not as the primary runner. If we are going to do our, "OK, here comes a run up the gut" play call. Then have woody in there as a lead blocker, not the ball carrier. Seems so many times on these, if we could clean up one last guy, it would get the 1 yard, plus probably another 5 or so. This year seems to be the story of, "If we only had one more guy blocking."
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